- 6,384 square feet
- Lot Size: 5.75 acres / Zoning: Residential
, Regional Director
Preservation NC, Western Office
Preservation North Carolina was the recipient of a remarkable gift from Caroline Clark and her family: Ingleside on 5.75 acres in burgeoning eastern Lincoln County. Nominated to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972 as having statewide significance, Ingleside is one of the finest antebellum Federal-style houses in North Carolina.
Built in 1817 by Daniel Munroe Forney, the home was then purchased in 1951 by David Clark, Sr. as a wedding gift to his wife Katherine Goode Clark. Their daughter Caroline donated the property to PNC.
We are most grateful to the Clark family for their decades of stewardship of this significant house and for their exceptional generosity to donating the house to Preservation North Carolina. We will be working closely with the Lincoln County Historical Association to make sure that the house continues to be well-loved and maintained for generations to come.
Ingleside is available for purchase. For details, contact Ted Alexander, PNC Western Regional Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 704-482-3531.
Click here to view the 2019 Survey for Ingleside
Note: while the house is currently a fine country estate, it will soon be a fine suburban town house.